In Person Festival returns January 25-29, 2023 

Denton Black Film Festival Moves Event to ALL Virtual

Denton Black Film Festival Moves Event to ALL Virtual


DENTON, TEXAS, January 11, 2021 – The Denton Black Film Festival today announced that it is transitioning many of its live events online amidst the on-going health and safety concerns related to the Omicron variant.


The festival will still feature more than 100 films that will be available to ticket holders. Festival planners have adjusted the schedule to start showing films at 12:00 am CST on Thursday, January 27th and airing until 11:59 p.m. CST, Sunday, February 6th.

All current ticket holders will be contacted to consider their options. Go to DentonBFF.com to review the pass and ticket options. The VIP Experience Pass allows access to ALL virtual screenings and events; the Five Block Virtual Experience Pass provides your choice of five (5) Individual film screening blocks, and any other ticketed events. Individual tickets to all film screenings and other events are also available for sale.

The art exhibit, featuring Ciara Elle Bryant, DBFF’s  2022 Artist in Residence, is a multidisciplinary artist who uses photography, video, and installation to explore Black culture in the new millennium. This will be the only in-person offering and may be seen at the UNT CoLab at 207 N Elm St. Denton, TX. 76201 from 11am to 6pm Tuesday thru Saturday from January 26th through February 12th, 2022.

There will be on-going updates to the festival schedule to transition some of the in-person events to virtual experiences. Additional changes will be announced Friday, January 14th.

Contact us at dentonbff@gmail.com or call (469) 573-0799 with your questions.

For on-going updates about DBFF, go to DentonBFF.com and follow the festival on social: TwitterInstagram, Facebook and YouTube.


About the Denton Black Film Festival
The Denton Black Film Festival is an annual cultural event, featuring the works of emerging filmmakers, creatives from around the country and talented college students, musicians, artists and spoken word poets. Held each January, thousands attend the celebration of storytelling in various art forms, that takes place in venues in Denton, Texas.




Neil Foote, Foote Communications




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